Espanyol vs Real Madrid: times, TV & how to watch online
All the information you need on how and where to watch Espanyol and Real Madrid's La Liga clash at the RCDE Stadium on Sunday, October 3.
League leaders Real Madrid travel north to take on Espanyol in LaLiga this weekend in a bid to keep their lead at the top of the table.
What time does Espanyol vs Real Madrid start?
The 2021/22 LaLiga matchday 8 meeting between Espanyol and Real Madrid will kick off at the RCDE Stadium in Barcelona on Sunday 3 October 2021 at 10:15 ET / 16:15 local time (CEST).
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Where can I watch Espanyol vs Real Madrid in US and UK?
In the US and UK, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting live coverage of the Espanyol vs Real Madrid game:
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Espanyol vs Real Madrid: live AS English coverage
You’ll also be able to follow live-text coverage of Espanyol vs Real Madrid with AS USA. Kieran will bring you live pre-match build-up to the game from about an hour ahead of kick-off, before taking you through all the action.
Espanyol vs Real Madrid: team news
The home side sit in 14th place in the LaLiga standings after returning to Spain's top flight from Segunda. Vicente Moreno remains without Javi Puado, who has missed the last four games. Miguelón Llambrich is also out with a thigh injury. Midfielder Yangel Herrera, who is recovering from a broken tibia will be absent for the hosts and will not be in Venezuela's squad for the upcoming international break.
Dani Ceballos, Dani Carvajal, Gareth Bale and Mariano all miss out for Madrid. Isco and Marco Asensio didn't train with the first team on Saturday and both midfielders have been ruled out of the match. Marcelo and Ferland Mendy both trained on Saturday ahead of the trip to Catalonia, but neither makes the matchday squad. Toni Kroos could start for Madrid after coming on against Sheriff Tiraspol in the Champions League on Tuesday. Carlo Ancelotti will be looking to get back to winning ways after his side's shock defeat to the Moldovan side at the Santiago Bernabéu.
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